February 2016

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Volume 28 Issue 2
A note of Appreciation for our 2015 Editorial Board Members.
A letter to the editor regarding the September 2015 article by Toggweiler et al.
Successful closure of a severely enlarged left atrial appendage with a narrow neck using a 34 mm Amplatzer Amulet device.
We describe two cases of successful application of the novel Gaia family of coronary guidewires for crossing coronary CTOs.
We describe a simple technique that significantly improves the probability of successful passage of right heart catheter from RA to RV. 
A commentary on Pant et al regarding the development of a national system for TAVR procedures.
This study compares TAVR complication rates among teaching vs non-teaching centers in the United States. 
The authors comment on Matsumi et al and the importance of optimizing endovascular therapy techniques to improve outcomes for TASC II D lesions.
An evaluation of the long-term outcomes of self-expandable nitinol stent implantation with intraluminal angioplasty for CTOs in the SFA of patients with TASC D lesions.
This study aimed to evaluate the patient characteristics and outcomes of venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation with refractory cardiogenic shock in the setting of AMI.